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factor. president karzai and obama will meet at the white house to discuss troop levels and the wish list of military equipment karzai is bringing to washington next week. at the pentagon, jennifer griffin, fox news. >> riots getting out of control in northern ireland. protesters hurling bricks at people in belfast. the cops firing back with water cannons to fend them off. the violent protests in their third day. it started after a decision last month by the city council there to stop flying the british flag year around. such issues of symbolism frequently cause problems in northern ireland. catholics want to unite with the republic of ireland. six tour efforts killed in a snowmobile accident. it's our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds. >> italy. the accident happening at night on an unlit ski slope in the northeast. officials say the snowmobile was pulling a sled pulling russian tour efforts when it slammed into a fence and it happened over into a ditch. investigators say speed is to blame but they are also looking into whether there was a mechanical malfunction. >>> aust
came under g.o.p. fire for praising president obama after hurricane sandy and slamming house speaker john boehner's handling of a sandy aid vote. but christie says, what he did was just part of the job. a spokesman for royal dutch shell says the company will try to drag its drill ship off the rocks of a remote alaska island as soon as it can. the ship is sound, but weather, tides and readiness will determine when they will try to tow t. it ran aground new year's eve after breaking away from its tow ship. it looks like all is not lost for hockey fans. but it needs to be ratified. the national hockey league and its players have reached a tentative agreement for a 10-year deal in a 16-hour-long negotiating session. those are the top stories right now. back to you. >> a lot of hockey fans. a lot of restaurateurs here outside the verizon center are looking for that, probably in nhl cities across america. they have been hurting. >> it is not just the millionaires-- the players and the coach who is stand to benefit from this. it's about the ticket takers, the concession stands and everythin
conservative republicans in the house and mr. obama, president obama, strangely reluctant to take the lead this week. he left it to vice president biden. >> well, again, i would take a rather more optimistic view about the politics, as well. we can all agree that it's a very messy process, politics all over the world in europe and in washington lionel and i both worked for the fd in washington, so, we understand that process reasonably well. i actually think that the next two months are more encouraged about the outlook for the next two months for what happened in the last few weeks in washington precisely because in a sense they've gone through a cathartic experience. this was very, very ugly and very, very difficult, i think especially for the republican party. so, i think that this potentially sets a precedent whereby you can see majorities certainly in the senate and possibly in the house being formed from the democrats plus a significant number of moderate republicans, which would be capable of coming up with compromises, especially because as i think we've both agreed, it's not about
. >>> tomorrow president hamid karzai of afghanistan will meet with president obama of the white house. when to keep u.s. troops in afghanistan when their mission comes to an end, and if so, how many. it's an issue senator lindsey graham says is key to america's success in the region. >> the possible solutions have a small footprint left behind in afghanistan where they become sitting ducks and it will lead to failure. we've fought too hard, too long to not get things right. his decision about a 2014 force will affect national security for decades. i'd like to support the president if it's a robust number. tha thanh, good evening your time. karzai has a key role in the status of the troops in the region. what is that exactly? >> reporter: alex, a lot of what's going to happen here in afghanistan post-2014 may hinge on this notion of immunity and president karzai and what he decides to do with that. that immunity would basically give legal protection for whatever force is left behind here in afghanistan, and it would give legal protection for those troops in the event they break local law. it
with the irish in miami later in sports. >>> president obama is expected to nominate former senator chuck hagel to be the secretary of defense. the white house says that the president has not formally offered the job to hagel, a vietnam veteran but an announcement could come on monday. hagel is a former republican senator from nebraska who harshly criticized the wars in afghanistan and iraq. his confirmation hearing is expected to be con tenseious -- con tentious. the senator has made controversial comments that have upset both sides of the aisle. >>> the fiscal cliff suspension is over and now the lines are drawn for the battle or -- over the debt ceiling. >> add -- as i sad earlier this week one thing i will not compromise over is whether congress should pay the bill for a tab they have already racked up. if congress refuses to give the government the about -- ability to pay its bills on time, the consequences could be catastrophic. >> speaking for the republicans today michigan congressman davecamp faulted the president and congressional de
of president obama's first term saw the emergence of an unfortunate deficit of trust between the white house and the department of defense largely arising from the decision-making process on afghanistan. the effects were costly. big difference between having different opinions about what is needed to succeed in the mission and having a deficit of trust. is it fair to say the decision making has hurt the war effort? >> i think you have to realize that the president of the united states whether a democrat or republican is the commander in chief. whoever the commanders on the ground are have to respect the issues and wishes of the commander in chief. general mccrystal and others i think may have been slow to come to the terms that the commander in chief didn't necessarily agree with them in matters with regards to them moving forward. >> all of this comes as we are looking at the possibility of chuck hagel as the next defense secretary. this is what mitch mcconnell said on "meet the press." >> views with regard to israel and iran and all of the other positions that he has taken over the years i
understood clearly doing that. and i think the house is not moving at the speed it needs to. but i also want to say one other thing, david. republicans ought to quit worrying about president obama. the president's going to be president. the house ought to worry about being the house. senator republicans ought to worry about being senate republicans. let the president deal with reality from their side. the house has no obligation to pass a cr -- the continuing resolution on the president's terms. it has no obligation to pass a sequester of the president's terms. i think those are both much better fight says than a debt ceiling. the debt ceiling guarantees a crisis. it guarantees that the markets will all cave in on the republicans. and the republicans in the end will give up. >> let me get a break, ej, and we'll come back with you. i want to talk about the strategy, whether there's a government shutdown in the future, and what this fight means for the president's second term and his agenda, guns, immigration, other things. we'll take a quick break and we'll have more from our roundtable right
these extreme positions. it also seems that barack obama -- in a house, he does not need republicans to pass a piece of legislation. that is what you see republicans having to use the only bargaining chip that they have, which is the debt ceiling. maybe if there was more compromise between the democrats, mitch mcconnell talking about a one-term president and all that kind of stuff, but if they could work together, you would not see the republicans try to take these kinds of drastic measures. host: thank you for the call from california. guest: i have great affection for my friend here, jim manley, and he has great affection for harry reid, but i think harry reid has been a disaster as a leader. there is not -- they do not allow for real debate on the big issues. the fact that they have not passed a budget in three years in the senate is one of the most irresponsible acts. we need a budget more than ever. we need to have a sense of where the spending is going. we need a debate on the senate floor about this. we just have not had it because the senate majority leader is doing his best to shiel
ought to quit worrying about president obama. the president's going to be president. the house ought to worry about being the house. senate republicans ought to worry about being senate republicans. let the president deal with reality from their side. the house has no obligation to pass a cr -- the continuing resolution on the president's terms. it has no obligation to pass a sequester of the president's terms. i think those are both much better fights than, say, a debt ceiling. the debt ceiling guarantees a crisis. it guarantees that the markets will all cave in on the republicans. and the republicans in the end will give up. >> let me get a break, ej, and we'll come back with you. i want to talk about the strategy, whether there's a government shutdown in the future, as well as what this fight means to the president's second term and his agenda -- fight means to the president's second term and his agenda -- guns, immigration, other thin a, at a dry cleaner, fight means to the president's secowe replaced peopleenda -- gunswith a machine.other thin a, what? customers didn't like it.
house. >> there was a surge in troops in afghanistan. >>> the first family has returned home to washington. just about 40 minutes ago. we showed you live as president obama and the first lady stepped off of air force one at joint base andrews. first family threw overnight from hawaii. upon arriving they boarded marine one and went back to the white house. end of the year vacation lasted more than two weeks and he did return to washington to negotiate the fiscal cliff deal. >>> a poem project started by the poet laureate will be on the river trail of veteran's memorial park. will contain as many as 50 poems for people to take home and enjoy. she said she got the idea for the project in portland, oregon. if the poem box is successful, boxes will be installed in american canyon and in calistoga. >>> a celebration of richard nixon's life will be celebrated in yorba linda. his daughter will attend the ceremony at the richard nixon presidential library. they plan to lay a wreath sent from the white house. there was a will a presentation of colors and # one gun salute. he died in 19
of it was finally over was president obama extending any sort of an olive branch to house speaker, john boehner. we are going to take a look to see whether the president missed a key opportunity to con sillate with republicans to try and restore some trust. it is trust that's going to be needed in the next round of negotiations. both sides are going to become more entrenched. the ohio high school football rape case, students recorded what happened to a 16-year-old girl during a party last august. a number of the students posted about the incident, rather than step forward and do something to help the girl. we're going to hear from dr. drew pinsky about what this may say about the character of those theeenagers and why they allowed this to happen. students saw this going on and did nothing to help. it is problematic on many levels. >> deb, feyerick, nice to see you. >> we are going to come back right after this. take tyleno, the #1 recommended pain reliever by orthopedic doctors. just two aleve can keep pain away all day. back to the news. for their "destination wedding." double miles you can "actua
the wealthier at higher rates. gallup found that none ofshowdo rating with house speaker john boehner scoring the worst. president obama will head back to washington from hawaii late tonight. he's expected to be greeted over confrontations with the debt ceiling. the debt ceiling is the legal limit on the nation's borrowing. in his weekly address, the president says he's taking a hard line on the issue. >> one ning i will not compromise over is whether or not congress should pay the tab for a bill they have already racked up. if congress refuses to kbif the united states its ability to pay its bill on top, the consequences could be catastrophic. last time congress threatened this course of action, our economy suffered for it. our families and our businesses can not afford that dangerous game again. >> on the first day of the new congress, lawmakers introduced nearly a dozen bills related to gun violence. they come in the wake of the connecticut school shooting and promises from president obama to take concrete action to avoid another tragedy. >> reporter: as students at sandy hook elementary r
cliff. first, president obama calling on congress to avert middle- class tax cuts followed by republicans responding later the same day. then from new year's day, debate over the fiscal cliff and house of representatives. later, the president talking about the fiscal cliff agreement from the white house briefing room. now, president obama on new year's eve, and on congress to avert the so-called fiscal cliff and middle-class tax hikes. [applause] >> happy new year to you. >> hello, everybody. thank you. everybody have a seat. good afternoon, everybody. welcome to the white house. i realize that the last thing you want to hear on new year's eve is another speech from me. but i do need to talk about the progress being made in congress today. for the last few days, leaders of both parties are working toward an agreement that will prevent a middle-class tax hike from hitting 98% of all americans starting tomorrow. preventing that tax hike has been my top priority. the last thing that folks like the folks appear on this stage can afford right now is to pay an extra $2,000 in tax
. >>> president obama is expected to nominate former nebraska senator chuck hagel for defense secretary early next week. according to nbc news, the white house is aware hagel's nomination could set up a confirmation fight, some conservatives and pro-israel
to his post capping off a tumultuous we cannot to mention a bruising first term as house speaker. with another debt battle brewing, showdowns looming on tax and entitlement reform. can he take on an emboldened president obama while keeping his own party in line? so, steve, very difficult week. everybody's critical of john boehner, but yet, rehe elected as speaker. why is he reelected if everybody is so critical? >> yeah, boy, that must have been a tough speech for nancy pelosi to give, by the way. look, i have been a defender of john boehner. i think he did an exceptional job when he was minority leader in 2009 and 2010, paul, really giving very strong principled opposition to the kind of policies that barack obama was promoting at that time, the stimulus bill, obamacare, and so on, holding the republican caucus in line on principled grounds. i think where republicans need to go now is look, we know barack obama is looking at governing from the left. we've seen that just the last few weeks, i think that republicans have to be very principled in opposing those policies and paul, o
. presidents karzai and obama will meet at the white house to discuss troop levels and the wish list of military equipment karzai is bringing to washington next week. >> extreme weather alert the east coast is gearing up for unseason bring warm temperatures ahead. the mercury expected to climb more than ten degrees higher-than-normal. a mild storm is moving across new england creating a possibility of snow. a rainstorm is over california and that could pose problems for the southern plains later in the week. >>gregg: hockey is back. it took four months and a marathon negotiating session to put the skates back on the ice. this morning, the nhl and the players agreed on a tentative deal to end the 113-day lock out and save what is left of the season. now schedules issuing including the length of the season need to be worked out. >> the coast guard has been working trying to move an oil rig that is stranded off of alaska. coming up, how a salvage team is planning to get it back to safety. >>gregg: swimmers attempt to escape from alcatraz, the race to the frigid and shark infested waters
the house of representatives. the american people put those republicans there. i think they expect the republicans and the democrats to work together -- >> that is the point. the voters did vote in president obama and kept the majority in the senate. but the voters decided they wanted to have republicans in control of the house of representatives. that says something. >> you know, i don't see any appreciable difference between the republicans and the democrats, i have to tell you. i would like to see a second party emerge in which the american people are protected. these are cultural wars that the democrats and the republicans haven't signed on to. they have come together and given up the budget -- >> i am sorry to interrupt you. i want to let the viewers know, we're looking at the president and the first lady and their daughters as they come off of air force one, returning from hawaii. go ahead. >> oh, no, no. that's quite all right. we have to put the american people above partisanship. look, the fact is, the fastest growing population in america are the independents. why? becaus
term as house speaker secured, does john boehner has a strategy for dealing with president obama and can he survive the coming battle over the debt. welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm paul gigot. well, with no time to spare, congress passed and president obama signed into law this week a bill to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. the new years day deal represents the biggest tax increase the country has seen in 20 years, all in return for billions of dollars in new spending and spun of course, as a tax cut for the middle class. here with a look at what it it means for your pocket book, and the u.s. economy in 2013, wall street journal columnist and deputy editor dan henninger, mary o'grady and steve moore. let's go to you first, steve. based on our conversations this week, you like this deal a little more than do i. why don't you make the best case for it, for the deal? >> well, paul, this was for republicans a kind of eat your spinach moment. i just don't see any other alternative to what happened. and look, i think this is a rancid deal for so many reasons, especially
to be about? house republicans have done this 33 times before. michele bachmann behind it this time. broke the news on twitter yesterday, saying "i introduced the first bill of the 113th congress to repeal obama care in its entirety." somehow i just don't think the 34th time will be the charm. next, everybody's dream to walk into a deli and find out a sandwich has been named after you, right? not in this case. if the words total baloney sum up how you feel about how the congress asked. order the congressional sandwich special. mostly a balloooney sandwich. how the sandwich made the menu. >> listening to the nonsense and waiting for congress as we always do, waiting, waiting, waiting, we had ordered baloney, and i thought we need to do a baloney sandwich. >> the congressional sandwich is a limited time offer. >>> has capitol hill seen the last of barney frank? apparently, frank is game to prolong things a bit. on "morning joe" frank broke the news that he wants to take on the position of interim senator when john kerry becomes secretary of state. >> a month ago, a few weeks ago, i sad i was
at the real winners in the so-called tax cuts for the middle-class and with the second term as house speaker secured, just john boehner have a strategy dealing with president obama? can he survive the coming battling battle over the deadline. battle over the debt. >> paul: welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot. with no time on spare congress passed and president signed into a law a bill to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff. it represents the biggest tax inon crease in 20 years. all in return for billions of dollars new spending and spun as a tax cut for the middle-class. here with a look what it all means for your pocketbook and the u.s. economy, "wall street journal"ist dan hennington. mary estasia and steve moore. steve, let's go to you first. based on our conversations this week, you like this deal a little bit more than i do. why don't you make the west case for doing it for the deal? >> this was for republicans eat your spinach moment. i don't see any other alternative to what happened. look, i think this is rampant deal for so many reasons. i think it's for the economy
nomination a few moments away. >> president obama signed into law today a $9.7 billion sandy relief package. the first legislative action. some were outraged after house speaker boehner canceled a vote on a much larger aid bill. sandy devastated parts of the northeast two months ago. lawmakers will consider a $51 billion aid package on january 15th. >> half of the residents of long beach, new york, remain homeless and still came out to say good-bye to a landmark. thousands witnessed the start of the demolition of the two-mile long brdwalk, damaged beyond repair by sandy. it will cost an estimated $25 million. the new bored walk should be ready in time for summer. >>> five men accused of brutally gang raping and killing a woman in india will appear in court. the five are charged with murder, rape and kidnapping the 23-year-old woman last month. they will appear in a fast-track court designed to expedite cases. two men are now on their tenth day of a hunger strike in new delhi demanding capital punishment for the accused rapists >>> the man accused in one of the country's worst mass murders g
to his house, basically, and put him in your basement. >> one of the things president obama says that part of leadership is been willing to do what you think needs to be done even despite what the public wants you to do. being willing to at least fight the nice and go to the public and articulate why it's important to continue the fight. i think with president obama, two issues. it's not just about compromise. it's the consistent perception that he capitulates. not even the rigorous discussiontion to explore all the issues on the table and the silence has become his philosophy. >> but be clear on fisa. he was leading. >> you always want to listen to a wiretap. >> of course. >> thank you all for being here. >> what we can learn from the country's newest murder capital. that's next. blooper . >>> counting up the year's murder is a annual grim thesity for cities. in 2012, chicago was the top of the list, 506 murders the most and 2011 homicide total of 433 and finished six-murders shy of the 512 murders it recorded in 2008. for years chicago murder's rate has increased and decreased
is what they can accomplish, or am i wrong? >> the house of representatives has originate all spending cuts. lou: another 4 trillion over the course of the next 10 years. 22 trillion at the end of obama's time in office, we are going to be looking at $26,000 in debt. thank you,mr. obama. >> the basic point is that the american people know that we have thave cutbacks in entitlement programs. lou: let's set aside the european tax rates. [talking over each other] lou: let me ask you this. if you don't think that the republicans experience anything, is there any way in which we can get to that point? >> welcome the republicans have to have a strong standpoint on wh they think needs to be done. what they are willing to vote for. so far we haven't seen that. >> president obama is responsible for the governme. what would you have him do? >> we need to have a strong proposal. >> there only for programs that count anymore. defense and social security and health care. lou: david weise, thank you so much for being with us. up next, a new york executive takes on the aw and an overbearing use of t
, i return to the white house more determined and more inspired about the work we have to do and the future that lies ahead. >> that's president obama delivering his victory speech on election night. the race wasn't even close, despite the poor state of the american economy. maybe mitt romney never had a chance. his fellow contenders feasted on one of their own during the primaries. isn't the american way that if somebody gives you a smack on the nose you eventually have to smack them back. isn't it time now for you to accept that this negativity has pounded you into a position where much as you would like to keep it positive, isn't it time you got the old gingrich fist out and gave romney a good old smack? >> harry truman in his great re-election campaign when he was so far behind that gallup quit taking polls in mid september, went after dewey and crowds would yell out give him hell, harry. and he yelled back, no, i just tell the truth and it hurts like hell. i think romney's record is so bad, he's clearly a moderate, he's done so many things that are indefensible in the re
there in wall street and industry? >> guest: well, look, first of all, let's not say if obama lets it happen. there are a bunch of people in washington who are involved in this, the congress is involved along with the white house. democrats and republicans both have a role to play in whether we resolve this problem or not. the fact that we've let it get to this extent, the fact that we are leaving the american people exposed to the risks associated with the fiscal cliff because they couldn't deal with these problems on time early enough or with any foresight is a national scandal, and i think it warrants the outrage that it's generated. but having said that, um, you know, the fiscal cliff is a correctable problem. you go over the cliff and, yes, the consequences could be 3-4% of gdp growth just by contracting government spending due to automatic cuts by, say, 6 or $700 billion. but the day of after that the market's going to fall 7 or 800 points, and it may be that it falls 7 or 800 points the day before. washington will get the message, they'll fix it. what i fear and what i think is the re
've been there two years. a lot of us thought from barack obama would be may have like bill clinton. once he lost big in the first off election year, 2010, he would come to the center. he didn't do that. and so now you see our house conference. i was just there yesterday. they are more focused than ever to engage in this fight, whether it's going to be during the debt limit debate that will come in two months or we have a c. o. debate, which the government is only funded through the end of march this year. so to fund the government for the rest of the year we will have another opportunity for a spending fight. but you have people that are now ready to engage in a way like never before to make sure we reform spending and save the country. >> we mentioned one of the things you did sponsor was a piece of legislation that says you will freeze the pay for members of congress. a lot of people would say bravo. if you don't reduce the deficit, maybe there ought to be a reduction in pay. everyone knew in washington you had this deadline and nobody seemed to get serious about it until about midnigh
cameraman". what's the association with the obama campaign or the obama administration? >> well, in 2008, on the obama campaign, i was the first videographer, something i carry ied into the first two years in the white house. the last cycle, i did not work on the campaign formally or at the white house. i worked in the new and strange murky world of super packs and pacs and independent expenditures. >> talk about the campaign in 2008. how were you hooked up with the president? >> well, you know, there was an ad on craig's list -- no, that's not the case. there was a place of right place, right time. a friend of mine was working at cnn as a documentary producer. that's a more normal path into politics, as much as i was interested, i was a fiction filmmaker, not first on anyone's list. she knew i was passionate about politics and wanted to get involved, brought me in, and then i hit it off with the senator and traveled, you know, inside the bubble. >> how long did you do anything? was it 24/7 for you for awhile? >> you know, especially in -- on the campaign, it really felt like 24/7. i was
of the white house that you get on "saturday night live" but you know to do -- >> having to do with a major terrorist attack. >> to d the obama story while obama is in office. >> which is what we did -- >> it takes a lot of balls to do that. >> i remember looking at it and it was very much exploring the area of the women and all that kind of stuff. i was aware that this was such -- because you're now dealing not just with facts but mythology and the american psyche and what kenly represents an what -- going into the darker side of camelot could do and what it could open up, and i just thought this is too much for me. also it has to be handled, i didn't think that -- every project like that this is been around that i've come across, i don't think anyone has been able to handle it in a way that i would feel comfortable getting involved in. you have to be aware you're opening up a massive can of worms there for someone to get into that and all the ramifications of it. the idea of people in high-ranking positions and adulterous affairs and all that is something that clearly is still very curren
and pass in the house what they're going to do and move on but there will be none of this long -- >> talking to himself. >> basically talking to himself. >> and president obama, because president obama came out and said, i believe that there are loopholes which still must be closed and fees and taxes which can be raised and heard the speaker -- the senate majority leader -- minority leader mitch mcconnell saying, no, no, taxes are off the table. it's coming soon. i'm not sure anybody has the appetite for it. >> and it shows that everyone really, you know, really no success stories in this. everyone was a big fat loser, from the white house on down, this whole fiscal cliff resolution that took 18 months to get to where we are, even simpson bowles said it was a missed opportunity. we need short-term stimulus. actually there was. goldman sachs, nascar, hollywood, they all got some short-term stimulus. >> tax extenders. >> why did they get it? the big losers -- >> yeah. >> the big losers are, you know, is it from top down, i blame the white house, i blame capitol hill and the ameri
, and it is funny. national captioning institute] >> during his weekly radio address president obama talked about the fiscal cliff agreement reached by congress. and what needs to be done to address the deficit. house ways and means committee chairman dave camp delivered the republican address. >> hi, everybody. over the past year as i traveled across the country campaigning for this office i told you that if i was fortunate enough to be reelected i would work to change the tax code that too often benefited the wealthy at the expense of the middle class. for the first time in two decades we raised taxes in a bipartisan way. while preventing a middle class tax hike that could have thrown our economy back into a recession. under this law, more than 98% of americans and 97% of small businesses will not see their income taxes go up one dime. we also made sure that millions of families will continue to receive tax credits to help raise their children and send them to college. companies will continue to receive tax credit force the research they do, the investments that they make, tand clean energy job
-term deficit. >> and new today politico is reporting that president obama has settled on former republican senator chuck hagel for secretary of defense. an announcement is expected on this tomorrow. >>> let's go right to the white house, where the first family arrived less than an hour ago now, like 30 minutes ago. and the president has at least three big things waiting for him. nbc white house correspondent peter alexander is joining me live. peter, good sunday to you. let's first hear more about his reported pick for defense
the clinton administration and the obama administration tried to do this it was essentially a top-down, inside the beltway strategy. we are going after and trying to cajole and convince and persuade the members of the senate and the house to pass this legislation without first engaging the broad public and building a citizens movement, a issue public as i talked about before that was actually demanding change. because in the end politicians care about their job. and if they don't feel like there's a political price to pay for opposing action on climate change or alternatively a political opportunity to be had by being a leader on this issue, it's very easy for them to say, "you know what? i've got a lot of other things here on my plate to deal with. i've got lots of lobbyists coming into my office as well as people back home saying, 'do this, do that, do this.' and it's not climate change." so until they feel that they have to act many of them probably won't. and in fact, almost you couldn't find a worse problem that fits with our current political institutions, okay. because this is a long te
with the white house while he was in charge in kabul. there were apparently major disagreement about how many troops should be sent to war, the beginning of the obama administration and mcchrystal rights that military leaders wanted 30,000, and the president approved 17,000 and 4,000 more added, but only after what sounds like, in this book, some very intense back and forth between the two sides about, with obviously different views how to do the insurgency, back to you in new york. >> tucker: not allowed to make fun of the president's friends apparently. >> thank you peter. finish reading team arrival, i've sure you read it a while ago, the lynn done biography and i think of general mcclellan, calling-- in the press talking out loud, making fun of lincoln and calling him a gorilla, and water off the duck back, calling me a gorilla. >> alisyn: hannity-- make sure to see hannity, general mcchrystal will be there, and had a lot to say. tell you what else is happening, there was another deadly shooting in aurora, colorado, this time a gunman killed three family members inside the home. sonny sho
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